Asymmetry by K-Ming Chang — AreMyFeetOffTheGround

Originally posted on Jellyfish Review: Asymmetry I cut my mother’s hair every month since her hands went wild. They’re rabid, boomeranging around the room, returning every touch twice as hard, slapping her face when she’s asleep, ambushing mosquitoes, crawling under the sofa like rodents. I cut her hair shorter in the front than in the…

Asymmetry by K-Ming Chang — AreMyFeetOffTheGround

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